NYC’s Famous Skyscrapers

New York City is an icon. It is a place where people from all over the globe come to visit and explore, and comprised of fasted paced individuals, a crazy night life, and buildings that are hundreds of stories tall. Buildings can be quite extraordinary because of the way they are constructed and how much time and effort goes into building the newest skyscraper. Five of the most famous skyscrapers in New York City are: Empire State Building Chrysler Building 30 Rockefeller Center Gehry New York 40 Wall Street One of the most famous, if not the most famous, skyscraper is the Empire State Building. It was once the tallest building in the world standing at about 1450 feet. Back in 1931, it was a masterpiece to have a construction site towering at that height. Now...

Lacoste Supports Miami Open with Pop-Up Tennis Court Exhibition

Aventura Mall is a first-rate shopping center in the Miami, Florida area. Under CEO, Jackie Soffer of Turnberry Associates, Aventura is made up of high-end designer shops, various fine dining establishments and so much more.

Selena Gomez and Lady Gaga join Billboard campaign to stop gun violence

The stars are teaming up with Billboard magazine to campaign Congress to pass stricter gun regulations. Over 180 musicians and music executives signed an open letter in this week’s edition of Billboard with the cover reading, “Stop Gun Violence Now.”

NYC Law Firm Names New Partners

Starting July 1, 2016 Debevoise and Plimpton LLP will have seven new partners joining the law firm. The firm is excited to have Sarah Coyne, Uri Herzberg, Ina C. Popova, David L. Portilla, David Sarratt, Thomas Smith, and Patrick Taylor join us. These new attorneys will be joining the firm’s current partners like Colby Smith and Sean Hecker. Sarah Coyne served as a federal prosecutor for 14 years. Her resume also includes work as the Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of New York. While there, she served as Chief of Business and Securities Fraud Section. Ms. Coyne earned her J.D. in 1998 from New York University School of Law, and attended undergraduate school at Georgetown University, where she graduated in 1003. Uri Herzberg received his J.D from...